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Craig David to headline Castle Concerts
Brit Award nominee Craig David is set to headline this year’s
Castle Concerts. On Thursday, 13 July, he will take to the stage in
front of an intimate audience of 4,500 under the stars within
the beautiful grounds of Rochester Castle Gardens.
The Medway venue forms part of Craig’s long awaited UK tour
which kicks off tonight (16 March) in Cardiff.
Back at the top of the charts
Sixteen years after his debut album Born To Do It reached number
one, Craig’s back at the top with his latest album, Following My
Intuition which flew straight to the number one spot in the
official albums chart when released last year.
With a fan base spanning decades, tickets for this open air,
intimate gig with one of Britain’s best male solo artists, are set
to be in high demand. Audiences will be filled with a new
generation who are listening with fresh ears and for others Craig’s
music will spark euphoric nostalgia in fans that have waited for
his return. They can expect all the classics and hits from the
Craig said: “I’m really looking forward to playing at Rochester
Castle, there’s always something special about playing outside in
the English summer!"
Medway Council’s Portfolio Holder in charge of events Cllr
Howard Doe said: “This show is going to be a real treat for fans.
The small and unique venue creates a wonderful atmosphere, quite an
exclusive feel as only a lucky few get their hands on tickets
compared to larger arenas like the O2.
“I know we always say it, but those who want to get their hands
on tickets need to be quick in order to avoid disappointment.”
Tickets for Craig David’s Castle Concert go on sale at 10am on
Thursday, 30 March.
There are three ways to buy tickets:
• Head to www.thecastleconcerts.co.uk
• Call the box office on 01634 338338
• Visit the Brook Theatre or Central Theatre in Chatham, or the
Visitor Information Centre in Rochester High Street.
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